When my middle child was 2-3 years old, my husband and I started looking for daycares for our daughter.  We all hear horror stories of how children are being cared for at public daycares/childcares.  This was our first time experiencing daycare since our oldest child was cared by family and friends.  We toured Little Treasure first and we immediately fell in love.  The facility was clean, organized and friendly.

Our daughter loves going there. She has made friends and she gets to play and learn.  She is 4 years old now, and she has learned a lot (counting, ABC’s, colors, songs, writing, manners, etc.)  To this day, she loves going to “school” (Little Treasures).  The staff has helped us raise our daughter since she was 2-3 years old, since she is there 8 hours a day, 5 days a week.  This helps us to continue raising her at evenings/nights and weekends.
Then I got pregnant in 2017, and the staff was ecstatic for another baby to care for.  This had made me feel like we made the right choice.  When my son was 6-7 weeks old, I dropped him off at Little Treasures.  I thought I would be an emotional wreck leaving him there; but, I knew that he would be okay — yes, some tears were shed — but, I felt at peace knowing that he would be okay.  Again, the amazing staff has helped us raise this sweet boy and watched him hitting his milestones.  He enjoys being dropped off with the staff and being with other babies his age.
I receive pictures from the staff of my two kids and beautiful artwork occasionally, which lights my day up.  They care for my kids like they are theirs.
“It takes a village to raise a child” is the motto that I tell myself many times and I do feel Little Treasures (the staff) is part of my village raising my children.